Cyber range technologies, products and national and international initiatives have developed greatly within the last few years. There are several reasons why cyber ranges have suddenly become increasingly popular; one reason being that more organizations, both private and public, are beginning to invest in them.
Cyber Security for Europe research project is working to boost the security of all citizens of the European Union in their everyday digital transactions.
– Our specialists bring knowhow to the project from the applied research on cybersecurity and cybersecurity training services that we carry out as well as expertise on cyber ranges, says Tero Kokkonen, R&D Manager at JYVSECTEC.
CyberSec4Europe has released a survey on cyber ranges, their capabilities and federation. The survey aims to draw a comprehensive picture about the current state of the various cyber range environments, testbeds and their usage. This in turn, helps the project to design a roadmap for a network of cybersecurity actors and development on a European scale. A research report will be launched based on the survey, and it will be available through the CyberSec4Europe website.
The link to the survey: https://response.questback.com/vtt/1mpzcozb3o
The survey is open until 17 May 2020 (answering takes ~ 10 minutes)
CyberSec4Europe’s main objective is to pilot the consolidation and future projection of the cybersecurity capabilities required to secure and maintain European democracy and the integrity of the Digital Single Market.
Jani Päijänen, Project manager
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JAMK University of Applied Sciences